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Solowheel started the electric unicycle revolution right here in Washington State, and it was invented and patented by Shane Chen president of Inventist Inc. Solowheel Xtreme is the latest advancement in electric personal assistive mobility devices (or EPAMDs). Solowheels fit right into existing infrastructure and are legal on Washington sidewalks and residential streets: WA State House Bill 1884
Why use a Solowheel in Seattle? Easy commute. Sidewalk safe. Easy hills. Easy stow. No parking. Quick shopping. Lunch Hour Territory! Bring it on the bus, Uber, Car2Go, Metro Transit, light rail, check it on a jet plane.
At Solowheel Seattle, whenever possible, we like to teach our customers how to ride the wheel before we sell the wheel, especially if planned to be used as a commuting vehicle. The cost of training is deducted from future purchase or rental. Click here to set up a test drive or just set up a free appointment to learn more.
The Solowheel goes about one hour on a charge and takes about one hour using outlets found at every restaurant, cafe, library, office and home, just like a laptop computer. Plus, the Solowheel charges as you go downhill and as you push and brake. It has a regenerative braking system! Solowheel costs 1.2 cents to charge fully using primarily hydroelectric power in Seattle.
Why buy from SolowheelSeattle? Because we focus on excellent customer service. If you buy from us, we will take care of everything for you including training, group rides and we'll handle all warranty needs and repairs if ever needed. Think of us as the Apple Store of Solowheel.